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Culture Street High Tea

On December 6, 2012

We are excited to launch our Culture Street High Tea series.

What better way to share a passion for reading then getting together with friends in a social setting, discussing books and eating cake!

Sophia Whitfield chats to four 17-year-old friends who have just embarked on their HSC studies and will most likely drop reading for pleasure for the next year as their academic studies take over. Over cake, they share their favourite reads of 2012.

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